2022 Katherine Open

The Katherine Open is the highlight of the Katherine Tennis Club calendar with the 2022 edition seeing 90+ players sweat it out over the May Day long weekend. Thank you to our sponsors Jo Hersey, Member for Katherine and Katherine Physio. Looking forward to welcoming everyone back for the 2023 Katherine Open! Full results from the 2022 events can be found here: 2022 Katherine Open | All Tournaments – Tennis Australia

2022 NT Tournament Calendar

Around the NT, there are great opportunities to play tournaments each year which are social, fun and competitive all at the same time. If you are interested, just get in touch and we can help you out. So far, the 2022 NT Tournament calendar includes:

The national calendar for all tournaments (as well as entries and results) is here:

Australian Seniors Tournaments

Players aged 30 and over are eligible to play in Seniors tournaments. Around Australia there are a range of national and international Seniors events. Check out the full 2022 Seniors Tournament calendar here. The NT is scheduled to host two events:

  • A national tournament (NRT 7) at Gardens Tennis from 1-3
  • An international tournament (ITF S100) at Darwin Tennis Centre - dates TBC

Contact us or see the flyer for more details.

2021 Katherine Open

The 2021 Katherine Open was held from May 1-3 and was a great weekend of tennis. Thanks to our major sponsor Katherine Club Inc. and our Rally Partner sponsors Jo Hersey MLA and Katherine Physio. Congratulations to Mens Open winner Peter Politis and Womens Open winner Ava Willoughby. See you all next year for the 2022 Katherine Open! Full results from the weekend here:

2019 Katherine Open preview

Almost 100 players are set to descend on the Katherine Tennis Club this weekend for the 2019 edition of the Katherine Open. Over three days (May 4-6), the Northern Territory’s best players and most promising juniors will compete for a prizemoney pool of $2,000, national rankings points as well as enjoy junior and social events.

In the Open Men’s events, last year’s semi-finalists Ethan Scobie (Alice Springs) and Kenneth Prete (Darwin) are returning and will have a tough time of it again this year with players in the draw like Peter Politis and Patrick Findlay who are ranked 3rd and 4th in the NT. A few interstate players are joining them, including the top seed from Queensland, Brandon Truong and Jarron Kretschmann from Western Australia.

In the Open Women’s events, the NT’s top two ranked players will be the top two seeds: Keely Bishop and Rosie Henderson. Keely, who is now ranked in the top 200 in Australia, is returning to the Katherine Open for the first time since 2014, while Rosie is an annual visitor and has previously won two singles titles in 2016, 2017 and the doubles title in 2018.

The local crop of Katherine players may not be the tournament favourites to win but it’s great to see a handful of locals joining in. Michael and Andrew Jazyschyn are the only local players with national rankings and are competing in junior events. Michael is also playing his first Open level events and will be joined by local players Greg Dickson and Lewis Lampton. Participating in social events are Nathan Mathas, Mary-Anne Philip and Josh Zdanowicz, while a group of juniors are also competing including Eugene Bolton and Ellie Dohl in the Under 12s competitions.

The 2019 Katherine Open is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors: NJ Homes, Advanced Plumbing, Katherine Sports and Family Chiropractic, and Katherine Solar. Thanks also to Blast Coffee and Pop Rocket Cafe for prize donations.

Katherine Tennis Club welcomes all visiting players to this year’s Katherine Open and hopes everyone enjoys the competitions. First rounds kick off from 8am Saturday, culminating in finals played on Monday morning. Visitors are welcome to check out the action can keep track of results and schedules via the tournament website: